I’ll cook at home thanks...

Went for lunch at my favourite Vietnamese on Cambie and prices were way up across the menu, I guess due to COVID 19. I won’t be rushing out to dine since apparently many restaurants are doing this due to limited seating.


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May 31, 2020 at 10:07pm

I can understand the restaurants needing to increase the prices to try to reflect the new reality. However, I don't at all feel the need to be an obliging consumer on those terms to support this. Over the past 10 weeks my wife and I have greatly expanded our repertoire at meal-time, learning new dishes, and making it a shared activity. Our outings have been long bike rides around the city, and other outdoor events with the dog. Way less $$ spent than before this way. Until this new normal for us wears thin, I can't say we are missing eating out at all.

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Ray O. Sunshine

May 31, 2020 at 10:35pm

Goodbye Cash Only. No more money laundering. Hooray!

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Jun 1, 2020 at 4:22am

I already WAS too expensive.
The only thing I can't make at home is dosa s but that's pretty much just a pancake.

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Nothing new here

Jun 1, 2020 at 4:43am

I’ve been living this way for ages. I live on a very small budget now that I’m disabled, so I can’t afford expensive entertainment and restaurants anyway, but I much prefer a simple life regardless. I get that restaurants feel the need to make up for the financial hit they’re taking, but I also think they’re signing their own death warrant by raising their prices so high that their customers stay away. People like me who only ate out once in a while will be doing so even less now.

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what goes up doesn't come down

Jun 1, 2020 at 7:06pm

Through higher taxes and higher prices on food, clothing etc., us public will eventually be paying for COVID- like the headline said, its inevitable.

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stopped eating out long ago...

Jun 2, 2020 at 8:05am

After mastering how to make steaks and lobster/shrimp/prawns... surf & turf at restaurant costed $50+ pre covid. Same ingredients to make =$15... and only 30 mins to make... less time than driving out, parking, waiting in line...

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